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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford car can well be called the "peoples
car," because there arc more than 3,000,000 of
them in daily operation. That is about four
to one of the nearest follower in the motor car
industry. This would not be so if the Ford car
had not for sixteen years proven its superiority
in service, in durability, and in the low cost for
operation and maintenance; this would not be
so if the Ford car was not so easy to understand,
so simple in construction that anybody and
everybody can safely drive it. Let us have
your order for one now to avoid delay in
, JStcinxon oarage
KoitD AlTHOHJHlil) SALKs AND SkKVK'K
Stu. Ukkkvikvk, Mo.
IIWW1IMM I ! I I -ir"-'"-'-"-'"'""-" "mi1lTTr""""1fflllX
THE FAIR PLAY.
SATURDAY. MAY 15, 1920
ONR YEAH tl.SO
Entered at the Pootntllcc nt Htp. OcnrTlevPi
Mo., aa Becoml-clnss mail matter.
JULES J. .JVf.V5, ruhltshet;
A Red Cross fund of $100,000
for nurses who wish to lit them
selves for public health nursing
which has to do with the health
of communities more than the
health of individual has been
made available to nurses through
out the Southwestern Division
of the Red Cross, including Mis
souri, Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma,
The money will bo furnished
in the form of scholarships and
loans to nurses who wish to take
postgraduate courses in public
health nursing in accredited
schools. The Southwestern
Division quota is approximately
This is the second national
fund to be established by the
Red Cross for this purpose. A
simular fund was expended
along similar lines several years
ago? Of the total 600,000 will be
given to scholarships and the
remainder will be disbursed in
the form of loans. An addition
al $10,000 will be loaned for
traveling expenses and incident
.al school expenses.
Preference, it is explained,
will be given to applicants be
tween -!) and -10 years of age
having a high school education
or it equivalent. A certilicaW
of physical lilnoss is demanded
in view of the arduous nature of
"Much more than good mlnca
tion and good pli.vsuiui." tin
regulations cow ring nlinitt.ui
Turns Cattle, Horses, Hogs
Buy your new fence for years to
hinge joint, the good galvanizing the
that is not too hard nor too soft.
We can show you this fence in
Superiority, not only in the roll but in
m mm a m -l,'I,s? B
Alfl tmvsAn r c raise i i
J ust received a Car Load of American Fence 'Wire, all sizes
Wbicjiwo will soli at the lowest price.
Okenfuss7 Hardware Store
continue, "are required to make
a good public health nurse. The
candidate must possess good
judgment, self reliance, the abil
ity to work in harmony with all
kinds of people, good nature and
Those interested may obtain
additional information by writ
ing the Nursing Department.
Southwestern Division of the
Red Cross, St. Louis.
The ily is a troublesome rascal,
from frost to frost, and from
daylight till dark. At milking
time the Hies are troublesome.
Cattle are worried by Hies, much
to their hurt in How of milk and
development of grazing and
feeding. The following two for
mulas of a reasonably priced
"Ily repellent" was recommend
ed by Dr. C. II. Kckles when he
was Professor of the Dopurt
mentof Dairyingof the Missouri
University College of Agricul
ture: 1. Fish oil 1 gallon, oil
of pine tar 2 ounces, oil of Den
ny royal 2 ounces, kerosene a
half a pint. "J. Fish oil 1 quart,
petroleum 1 quart, carbolic acid
1 ounce. Thoe mixtures, like
the ready mixed ones, are ap
plied most advantageously with
a hand spray pump. The spray
is generally applied once a day,
just before milking in the eve
ning. If Hies cause sores on
the udder, the repellent may be
Do Your Host.
I'.veryone, should do all ho can
provide for his f-uuilv tiinl in order
do tins lie must keep his physical sys
tem in the lii'st condition possible
No out' can ieiiotinllv hope, to do
much when he is half sick a gooi
share of the time. Jf you me consti
pnted. iJilir.UH or troubled Willi
tioll get M paeknire of ('liMiuherlilill'
Tablets nild loll nv the plain prinlei
direction, nnd von will soon lie feel
ing nliight and able lo do n diiv
anil;. ml v
It is a wise child that goes out
of tin' room to laugh when the
1 I man m ishrs his thumb.
come. Get the bur. heavy wires, the
exactly proportioned quality of steel
, . .
our stock and explain IM merits and
the field. Come and 6ce U3 and get
ike a wsii Wall 1
Is Frac.tenlSy intlestrisotllilJi 1
County Court ProceeiiH&s
(Continued from Inst week.)
Allowed Severin Busier $21.50
road work, Peter Uoog 1)8 road
work, John llolzinuer 14.70, Felix
limininu fill road work, Thonms J.
Whi'tilen nud Jos. llincklo -luIJ.tlO
refund sitliseription, I)d. V. Loup;
2 refund .suhsuriptiiiu Win. Isen
man .1 refund subset iption, Frank
X. Wolk 5 refund subscription,
lii'o llocommller 75 rel'und sub
scription, F. u. be.lnvent J.JT
toad work, H. Wndi;. 15 work
oi. mien, .1. v. roston (.-ij woru-
on truck, II. 13 Oarlock 5.30 tool
repairs, C. J. Stanton 91. GO
salary prosecuting attorney, F. J.
Uigiion 104 salary circuit cleric, 25
deputy hire, James F. Berry Gil. 45
set vices as shot iff, (Jeriuo Mfg.
Co. 9.02 disenfet'tant for court
house, F.J. Kigilon 24-G5 services
circuit court, Vivian uaty si.M
salary superintendent of schools,
2S expense attending superinten
dents meeting, .1 disbursements
Allowed Jos. II. Relitn $2,249 IK)
hospital No. 4, 110 .'15 hospital
No. 1, .Mo. Prison Board l!i5 sup
port inmates, Jos. 11. ElTroin
'1 fir, lilm.l.'umith u-nrir .lntnp
Pinkley 125 salary supciiutendent
poor farm, 2S GO disbursements,
Anton Ilinni 4.55 shoe repairs,
Dr. F. IS. Ilineh 75 salary county
physician, 10 services insanity case,
A. S. Aioe 2.09 highway engineer
supplies, Henry Karl 117.40 bridge
lumber, 8.55 road work, Standard
Oil Co. 2G.77 truck supplies, Lang
Bros. Mfg. Co. 2.75 truck sup
plies, Kl road supplies, Farmers'
Supply Co. 7.81 relief Louis
Drury, Ceo. 1). Barnard 32.22
stationery, Buxton & Skinner 135
stationery, Standard Prtg. Co.
32.42 stationery, John Qkenfuss
& Sons 87.91 meat for poor farm,
A. A Biuinicartner 17 20 services
April term,. G3 services in vacation,
3 disbursements, Her.ter Milling
Co. S2.35 coal poor farm, 2G.45
coal court house, Fanners' Supply
Co. 3G2. 25 supplies, county farm,
(ieorge Welmer 208.81 mill stuffs
poor farm, Dr. F. F Hindi 50
opeiation poor farm patient, Jos.
Lalnmonilieie 1.50 posting 3 no
tices, .los. II. Kelnii 12.) 1-4 salary
is treasurer, 3 disbursements,
oino Light & Water Co. 32.42
lights and water court house, 32. 2G
light poor farm, Fair Play 2 stati
onery, 5G public printing, Herald
5G public printing, 82.75 station
cry. F. M. Hobaitgli 12, Francis
X. Cegg 12, Jasper Holliday 12,
liihu M. (iriffard 10, Uosinn Lalu-
mondinr 10, Maudy Pinkston, 10,
Mrs. Tom Beiiuelianni 9. Mis.
Win Wilson 7.50, Mrs. Edinond
Beeve 7 50, Mrs. Lizzie Labruyeie
5, Tom Cheosbrougli 5, Marj
lleberlie 5, Felieite Laluinondiere
5, Kate Willis 5, Mrs. Frank Hoth
5, Florence Canon 5, Clara Mor
ice 5, Wesley Counts 5, Minnie
Counts 5 temporary relief, T. 15
Straugliun 15. L. A. Jlorzog 15,
H. S. Woinack 5, Leo. P. Fallert
10, A. A. Biiumgartner 15 servi
ces board of equalization, The. A.
Carron 311.70 subscription work
district G, 300 county special road,
F. S. Woinack 22.50 truck labor,
(i. Ueliui 29.17 janitor services.
P.) deputy sheriff, 75 cents board
insane person, John C. Cordon
2-1. 07 culvert labor, Jas. F. Berrj
7 .services in insanity case, Thos.
B. Straugliau 35 services as judge,
. A. Ilerzog 40 services as judge,
F S. Woinack 37.50 services as
.judge, Jns. II. Iteliui 10S state
hospital No. 4., Jar-. l Beny
12 50 c inveying imticnt to hospi
tal No. 4.
Residents of roucl district No
11 deposit. $25 with the tieasurer
for periuiiiienl r.iad wont and a
like sum is ordered transferred.
Additional security of Daniel
Ward is approved.
In the matter of the petition o
P. II. Column) et al. for n chaiit;e
of public mad. Dismissed at tin
cost of petitioners.
In the matter of the petition of
Aiubiosn Canon et al., for a pub
lic road, ('niise continued.
In the mutter of tho petition of
Prank Hoy et al. for a public road,
In the matter of petition ol
Wendell Jofgeret et al, lor ehutn,'e
of Public Kond. lioad nnd bridge
commissioner ordered to view,
survey, mark out and secure con
veyance of right of way for a
cliango of road and report at tin
next regular term.
Frank Fahynnce declared insane
nud ordered committed to hospital
Don't Blame The Child
Po'nt sciild your children for Inelc
of control over the Iddney secictii.ns.
It is not nhvnys tho ohildien'x fault
in ninny enssos it menus weal; kid
neys nnd oiiii be readily righted,
liead this Stu. Uenoviuvu mother's
Mrs. V. H. Untie, S- Main St.,
says: "About foin yearn nn my lit
tie daimhter iil'u ninii years was
bothered a u'icat deal with her kid
neys. She was puny and didn't act
like a child should, She seemed to
have no coutiol over the kidney tie
lion and this was atiiioyint,'. At times
sie would complain of back hm-tiiif.'
and of fculinu' tired. I gave her
Dean's Kidney Pills and she is now in
the best of health. She has tr.iiued
in weight, has control over the kidnev
action and docs not complain of her
i buck. I certiunlv Inivu great linlli in
Duan s alter what they did lor my
Price (iOc. lit all dealers. Don't
simply a-k for a kidney iciued.N get
Dean's Kidney 1'ilK the same that
Mrs. (biL'g had. Kostei-Mi'.binn
Co.. Mfrs., Buffalo, X. V. ady
Missouri is so warm in the
south that she can raise a line
crop of cotton, so cold in the
north she can raise the finest
crop of corn of any climate and
in between and all around she
can produce an everlasting quan
tity of iron, zinc, lead and coal
and all of the grasses that make
our excellent dairy country with
wheat and alfalfa thrown in for
good measure. Then we must
not overlook tho Ozarks, tin
greatest fruit country in the
world. Missouri, thou art great,
Missourians, you are lucky to
be in Missouri, for it is indeed
a wonderful sUto. ChiUieotho
County Clerk's Notice of Primary Election.
STATE OK MISSOl'IH,
C'rii NTv op Sti:. Qi:nkvikvi:,
Nntlce is hereby l-Ivimi that a primary
oli'ctidii will lie liclil at the ri'cular iinlltni;
places In each precinct o( said Cimnty nf
Ste. Ocnevleve, nil the llrt Tiiesilay of
August, 19J0, liclnir the 3nl ilay of Autrust
l!)J0. for the iitirp'Ki' nf niiiuluatliiL' eanill
ilatcs for the following olllces to lie voted
for at the general election lo ho hold on
Tuesday, the 2nd dav of ,Nm cinlicr, lOl'O.
sienaior in conk-ross for Allssouri.
Secretary of Mate.
.ludk'p Mipreine Court, Division N'o One.
' I'ticsplrcd Term.)
.luilk'e Supreme Court, Division No. Two.
Uliepircil Term )
JuiIkc Supreme Court, Division No. Two.
(Kill I Term )
JuilKe St . Louis Court of Appeals.
Representative In ConKruss fur Thirteenth
JuilKe County Court, KlrH District.
.Indire County Court, Suuond District.
him ej nr.
Jiisiuc of the Peace lor Ileauvals Town
ship. One to he elected. (Unexpired term.)
Justice, of the Peace for .lacl;on Town
ship. Two to he elected. (Unexpired
Justice fit the Peace for Saline Township.
One In lie elected, i Unexpired term I
Justice of tlie Peace tor Union Township.
One to lie elected (Unexpired term.)
Constable for each .Municipal Township.
fllven under mv hand nnd olllelal seal at
Sto. (lenevieve, Missouri, this 3rd day of
(County Court Scall
A. A. IIAU.MdAltTXnit
Clerk nf tho County Court.
.mi n, ivu.
A . 1 P I , . ,
n iiu'iiiDcr oi rarnainc-ni lias
niacto spociacular stand against
the hitfh cost of living in Kn,'lantl,
Ho liouKht tliroo clothing facto
ries and is manufacturing men's
clotliini: to bu sold at n rices
raninv; from SU.-Jo to $ 1 J . ."0 a
suit, bo cau'orly did mon rusli
to takn advantsu'o of tho low
prices that before eiyhl o'cloclc
on the lnorninK when tho tirsL
advertisement .'ippoarcd a line a
hundred yards long was waiting
to net into tho store. Soon
A . 1 t 1 I 1 1 1
Li.tiuc was Diouiced, aim mo po
lice were called to maintain or
der. The demand for the clothes
has continued ever since, and at
least one (inn of professional
tailors has be'un to liialfe low
Thero Is mnro Catarrh In this section
if tho country than all other diseases
mt together, and for yeatr It was Rup
iosed to bo incur iMe. Doctora rrescrlhcJ
ocal remedies, nnd by constantly fnllln-r
o euro with local ttoatmont, pronounced
it Incurable. Catarrh li u r,Cal dlsiasc,
greatly Inlluencod by constliutlonul con
lil ions nnd llieiefoio requires cor.stltu
aenul tieatnient. Hall's Cutnrrli Modi
"lne, munufui tured by F, J. Clieney &
-'o., Toledo, Ohio, lc a conjtltutlonn!
.eniedy, Is taken Internally anil acts
thru tho Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces
of the fJystem, Ono Hundred Dollars re
ward Is oftcied for nny case that Hall's
Catarrh Medl-lno falls to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials,
K. J. CHpjKV & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, "5c.
Hall's Family l'ills lor constipation.
MIRAGE IN NEVADA 'DESERT
Traveler Relates How two oUJv-.
Shared His Astonishment ai
'Strange Sight Witnessed.
One morning In a Nevada desert I
sat wntchlng u movlm: mirage sn
lts scenes picture after picture. Oc-
nslonally one to right or loft in irmu
of or behind the preceding one. Some
were retained in place umcii
than others; they were brought closer
and shown or rcshuwn larincr i'"-
One srene was of two covered wag
ons with three or tonr um -
They moved along two dim wheel
trucks, round mi urroyo and across
two or three typical sand drifts. I
stared nt the scene In iitonlshmcnt.
I'liey stopped ns though to camp i
tile mtruKi! lake. A enmp are mi
pcaivd. I rubbed my face; I was
nwnke. I saw objects moving about
tin wagon nnd the lire.
Two coyotes came troltinr niwifc
near me. Tiiey saw uie i-miir ..
after a few steps of looking with
head to one side they stopped In front
of m. to watch It. I rose up better to
watch them. They had cither not
seen me or and lorgoueu uij p-niu-In
their eager concentration on the
camp scene. Another loose horse, ns
though left behind, came lngglnK up.
I'bu coyotes watched this moving
horse; they were seeing what l was
seeing. Smoke rose above the camp
lire by the wagon, then the picture
melted nnd only the hare desert shim
mered before us. Knos A. Mills, in
Saturday Evening Post.
BRING GOOD AND BAD LUCK
Belief In Power of Various Flowers
Is Strongly Held in Eastern
and Western Lands.
It is irood luck to eat tin llrst may-
flower you see In the sprlnc If It Is
n crocus, let It alone; in Austria they
say it draws nwny one's strength. Nor
must you din up a cuckoo (lower or
tempt luck by moving a wild dnlsy into
the L'arden. In Keypt the anemone
one of the lucky tlowors of spring;
wrap the llrst one In red clotli anil,
if not disturbed, It will cure disease.
On tho French const It Is useless to
try to catch fish unless the waters tire
first strewn with tlowers by the IWhor-
men's wives and daughters. In Devon
shire (Kncland) they regard It as un
lucky to plant a bod of lilies In the
course of twelve months. The Turk
sees misfortune In so light a thing as
the fall of a rose petal and will souk'
times guard ngalnst such dropping by
carefully nicking the tlowers before
they fall apart. In Samon the head
of a corpse Is wreathed In tlowers to
nld the soul to gain admission Into
Chinese Tea Myth.
An Interesting myth has been woven
about the .1 o'clock "tea." According
to u Chinese legend, tea was discov
ered by a son of an Indian king.
Durum, who In 51!) A. D. paid a semi-
religious visit to Chlnn. To prove his
religious fervor, Darma led nn austere
life, ate only vegetables, and prayed
constantly. He vowed never to sleep
that he might devote all ids time to
prayer, hut one day, after many years,
he was overcome with drowsiness nnd,
against ills will, slept. On awakening,
hp wept bitterly. To show bis re
morse lie cut off his eyelids. The next
morning bo found the eyelids nietamor
phospd into two shrubs called "chaa,"
the Chinese for eyelids. The moral of
this legend points out that Darma
chewed some of the shrubbery nud
learned Its arousing properties. In
1(,'!!), the Chinese presented the "chaa'
or "tea" leaves to the czar, and later
they were Introduced Into London.
ue was nn i;ngiiMiman, nnd it was
his first Introduction to the American
Sunday-night supper, with all swts of
good things on the table at the same
time. With nn air of bewilderment he
helped himself to everything that was
passed him and then valiantly attack
ed his loaded plate. 1'lcklng up a fish
ball in ids fingers, he applied a gen
erous smear of lionev to It and bit Into
the new combination. A look of hor
ror overspread his features', and he
turned tn his neighbor and put a warn
ing hand on his 'arm.
"I say, steady on old chap!" he
whispered, after a copious drink of
water, "there's something deail In
this bun! Don't try it, whatever you
do ! 1 oath s Companion,
Amusing Old Tales.
Dr. I'liidd, the Ko.slcruclan, told nf
an Italian nobleman who lost a great
part of his nose In a duel. A piece of
flesh cut from the arm of n slave was
applied, and the Italian had again a
seemingly natural nose. The slave
freed, went to Naples, where he died.
and at that Instant gangrene appeared
on the Italian's nose. The part that
belonged to, the dead man's arm was
cut off by the advice of physlelnns
i ie.su wnis niKeu i nun ins own arm
and applied. He rejoiced tn his new
nose until lie, too, died. See IMniond
About's Ingeniously amusing romance.
"i ne .Mise oi n Notary"; also Sir
Kenelm Dlgby's "Discourse Concern
ing 1'ower of Sympathy" (1000).
Knrmer What? You want n Job on
the fiirin' Why, I'll bet you can't even
leu u cow wben you see one.
Applicant Cows? I know all about
rarmer lloth kinds? What nre both
Applicant-American cows that live
la tin cutis nnd Trench-cows that live
i m your peuroom. xuu Hume Sector.
B. W. LASTING, U. D.
Stc. ticncvlevo, M.
cnll nn.iTercil promptly day or nlfrhl
(Ulicc at Lanmvg Drug Store
Dl LOUIS J. BIRSNER
PHYSICIAN & SUKGEON
0FF1UH OVHU 11INCI1 & DOUGLAS'
Ollice 111) Telephones Res. -Ill
Ullleo Hours, Weekdays:
J-112 n. m. --I p. Hi. -8 p. tn
Sundays: !M!2 n. in.
DK. L. J. HUBER
Ollloe nbovi' Itiitlcitjte'B Drug Siore
Oilier ntiurr Ilineh A Douglas' OriiR ltare
Ste. Ucnevlcve. Mo.
HENRY L. R0ZIER
: (iIINIIVIKVK, -
rJ-1 trnnsnct a scnoral Hunting ami ltl
ami ilomcillr unit ttlvt' apcolul tittentlon tr.
nollccttoi:n on nil nccenlilc point), reinlttitig
l our unnkiiif: business solicited
UKNItV I. IIOZIKIl
IRENE 0. VOOT
E. D. VOOT
VOGT ABSTRACT CO
Abstracts of Land Titles
NOTARY m JULIO
."itu. Oiuimviovo, - - Mo.
C. J. STANTON.
Attorney and Counsellor at - Law.
I3-WIII eriietlee In nil t'je Courln of Uic
Statu I'rciiuiit attention elven In nil ImaltiHa
n t r 1 1 fi t o 1 1 to my enrc.
in upiiovinve, SIo.
Located on Market Street West of
For llr.st-t'lass work call oil me.
Sliuviii,', haircntiim. slinmpootiincr,
etc., in the latest .stvles.
M. BEAU CHAMP,
Sliu Intc, Imir-ciiltimr. sliaiminoliic. pm . in
the tnti'st stylos, I'l-oni pt iittcntlon mid lutr
rnzors, Vnur mttrntiHire U riRiifi.tfnltv anttn,,
i d. tilinii mi Muln Street, omiosllu l.,ii,nliir'
Unix Sloi e
iMiisnging and all other sol
vit os rendered in up-to-date
liOCATlIl) IN KOTTLUIt's BUILDING
t -sli!itiiK. Uiiir-UiitlliiK, Jhiiiiiiioolnn.Ar,
"i.e in IlK'luteal h ty e n t reuHOiiabl e rnleit.
In" Is u linlltuiinitHltllful linrlmr. .inn ihi.
,1 s in ri'HillliOHH til iHrvn vnn l' ll., un..
I Will illVl! Hlll'clul tlttllnllnn I,. II, n I
misIiius, lielinMr .(rivers, K, horse! Ami.
'.IIHS IHlL'triCH luill nllin. v,.l.lnl..a ,..
reiiil new. Iliimf l.o.nleil l,y the meal. Hut
w. , . Ul ra"'s' K,ecliiltte!.tl;
Ktw ii ti.u, iiiiiierolnl traveler. Ueneral luitdl
l.iitimmiri- m rciiectfullv snllrltml .
IK (iKNKVIKVK. MO
m Firs Insurance Co,
Or Nr.w York
Km in department policies issued
l'''r rull iiailieiilar.s address
IIiU'i-.v Pimoliot, Aoiit
riii.no Mell 8112 Ste. (hinnviovo, Mo.
Oi'KioK-nvur Hank Ste. Gen.
xrj?, UK.yjsrijBVB, mo.
N tl'CSpassilir, ,, my p,.op6,.ty
ly or uiKht, 1 '
ll,lv Thomas J Rozieh